Per-seat licenses are available for purchase by companies or individuals intending to use Git Comments extension. The license is machine tied. The same license key can be used only on one PC. This means that if a company has 30 PCs with Git Comments extension installed, they must purchase 30 seat licenses. If needed the license can be deactivated and reused on another PC.
The license permit the perpetual use of the latest version of Git Comments extension at the time of purchase, and all future versions.
A Visual Studio Extension that helps with Git pull request comments. Visual Studio doesn't inform you if your pull request gets a comment or you get a reply on your comment for somebody's pull request. You can setup an email notification, but Git server might sends those for any pull request activity, so it is to hard to keep track of comments.
This extension shows a badge with number of pull requests that need your attention.
In example above there are two pull requests that need your attention. Click on the badge and the extension will open the Team Explorer "Pull Requests" page. "Pull Requests" page will have a comments section.
As you can see two code reviews have bold font, meaning those two reviews have new related comments (comments to your pull request or replies on your comments). Double click on each review to open Git page in your browser.
Come back to "Pull Requests" page and you will see that all reviews have normal font now.
After you open all pull requests with new comments and there is no more unread pull requests, notification badge changes:
The notification badge shows number of pending pull requests.
The extension turns on spell check on code review comments and checkin message. It has ality to add spellcheck exceptions to a custom dictionary, see options below.